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Edexcel GCSE Eng Lit Component 1: Lord of the Flies Scheme Lessons 1-9 »

rlsmedia | Thursday May 14, 2015

Categories: KS4, EDEXCEL GCSE, Edexcel GCSE English Literature 2015, Component 1: Shakespeare and Post-1914 Literature , Component 1: Shakespeare and Post-1914 Literature Schemes, Hot Entries, Prose, Lord Of The Flies, Writing, Prose Analysis

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  1. Edexcel GCSE Eng Lit Component 1: Lord of the Flies Lessons 1-9
  2. Edexcel GCSE Eng Lit Component 1: Lord of the Flies Lessons 10-16
  3. Edexcel GCSE English Literature Component 1: Shakespeare and Post-1914 Literature Assessment Pack

Associated Resources

  • Lord of the Flies Table 1.docx
  • What would you do if.docx

How the Component is Assessed

Component 1: Studying Shakespeare and Post 1914 Literature

Assessment Overview - 50% of total GCSE

  • 80 marks
  • 1 hour 45 minutes written paper

Content Overview - Reading and responding to:

  • one...
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WJEC Eduqas GCSE Eng Lit Component 2: Lord of the Flies Lessons 1-9 »

rlsmedia | Monday March 02, 2015

Categories: KS4, WJEC Eduqas GCSE, WJEC Eduqas GCSE English Literature 2015, Component 2: Prose, Drama and Unseen Poetry, Component 2: Prose, Drama and Unseen Poetry Schemes, Hot Entries, Prose, Lord Of The Flies, Writing, Prose Analysis

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  1. WJEC Eduqas GCSE Eng Lit Component 2: Lord of the Flies Lessons 1-9
  2. WJEC Eduqas GCSE Eng Lit Component 2: Lord of the Flies Lessons 10-17
  3. WJEC Eduqas GCSE English Literature Component 2: Prose, Drama and Unseen Poetry Assessment Pack

Associated Resources

  • Lord of the Flies Table 1.docx
  • What would you do if.docx

GCSE Overview

This component assesses learners on either prose or drama from 1914 onwards, a 19th century prose text and unseen poetry. In Section A and Section B, learners will need to demonstrate their knowledge...

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AQA GCSE Eng Lit Paper 2: Lord of the Flies Lessons 1-9 »

rlsmedia | Wednesday September 10, 2014

Categories: KS4, AQA GCSE, AQA GCSE English Literature 2015, Paper 2: Modern Texts and Poetry , Paper 2: Modern Texts and Poetry Schemes, AQA GCSE Pre-2015 Resources, AQA English Literature, Hot Entries, Prose, Lord Of The Flies, Writing, Prose Analysis

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  1. AQA GCSE Eng Lit Paper 2: Lord of the Flies Lessons 1-9
  2. AQA GCSE Eng Lit Paper 2: Lord of the Flies Lessons 10-16
  3. AQA GCSE Eng Lit Paper 2: Lord of the Flies Sample Paper & Response
  4. AQA GCSE English Literature Paper 2: Modern Texts & Poetry Assessment Pack

Associated Resources

  • Lord of the Flies Table 1.docx
  • What would you do if.docx

Students will study one from a choice of 12 set texts, which include post-1914 prose fiction and drama. Students should study the whole text.

What’s assessed

  • Modern texts
  • Poetry
  • Unseen...
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GCSE English Literature Guide: Lord of the Flies »

Jo Winwood | Friday November 26, 2010

Categories: KS4, AQA GCSE, WJEC Eduqas GCSE, Hot Entries, Prose, Lord Of The Flies, AQA English Literature, Unit 1 Exploring Modern Texts, WJEC GCSE English Literature

Lord of the Flies by William Golding

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Assessment Objectives

AO1

Respond to texts critically and imaginatively; select and evaluate relevant textual detail to illustrate and support interpretations.

AO2

Explain how language, structure and form contribute to writers’ presentation of ideas, themes and settings.

AO4

Relate texts to their social, cultural and historical contexts; explain how texts have been influential and significant to self and other readers in different contexts and at different times.

To fulfil these assessment objectives...

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Improvise Task Based on Lord of the Flies »

Jack Todhunter | Friday August 07, 2009

Categories: Prose, Lord Of The Flies, Writing, Productive, Creative or Original Writing, Speaking & Listening, Drama-Focused

If you have read the last page of the novel Lord of the Flies, you will realise that William Golding had the novel Coral Island in mind when he wrote his tale.

The Task

The following playlet explores some of the issues involved. Once you’ve read the script, improvise a response then write it up.

  • What exactly DOES he think?
  • Does he sympathise with Golding or attack his views?

The following scene takes place in the common room of a public school. One teacher is sipping coffee and marking some school exercise books. The other, William...

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Who is Beelzebub in Lord of the Flies? »

Jack Todhunter | Friday August 07, 2009

Categories: Prose, Lord Of The Flies, Writing, Essays, Prose Analysis, Speaking & Listening

The Task

The boys on the island busy themselves looking for a beast or demon. We are painfully aware of the irony here. There is indeed a devil on the island… or rather several and they are openly on view.

Looking closely at the action in Golding’s novel, who do you consider could be described as a demon?

Beelzebub (Hebrew בעל זבוב, with several variants) appears as the name of a god worshipped by the Philistines. In ancient contexts, there appears to have been little, if any, meaningful distinction between Beelzebub and Baal....

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Analyse the connections between Lord of the Flies and The Inheritors »

Jack Todhunter | Friday August 07, 2009

Categories: Prose, Lord Of The Flies, Writing, Comparing & Contrasting, Essays

William Golding wrote his second novel entitled “The Inheritors” one year after “Lord of the Flies”. The action covers the extinction of the last remaining tribe of Neanderthal Men at the hands of the more sophisticated and malevolent Homo sapiens. What does “malevolent” mean?

The novel is written in such a way that the reader might assume the group to be modern humans as they gesture and speak simply among themselves and bury their dead with heartfelt, solemn rituals.

The plot follows the fate of one Neanderthal called Lok when...

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Lord of the Flies PPT by Jo Winwood »

Jo Winwood
Tuesday December 07, 2010

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Click on the link below to download Jo Winwood’s PowerPoint on Lord of the Flies.

The Lord of the Flies by Jo Winwood.ppt



Lord of The Flies Essay Guide »

Jack Todhunter
Monday July 20, 2009

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A Scaffolded Essay Guide to Lord of the Flies

At the beginning of the novel, Ralph stands on his head and celebrates the fact that there are no adult survivors.

This is a dream come true. How does this dream turn into a nightmare?

It is true that at the beginning of the novel that in conversation with Piggy that Ralph celebrates the fact that there are no adults on the island. I think he…

Within hours of celebrating the lack of adult supervision. Ralph assumes the role of…

The dream really turns into a...

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